June 4, 1967 Earthquake
The U.S. Weather Bureau office in Memphis, Tennessee reported an earthquake on Sunday, June 4, 1967 at 11:15 a.m. CDT. The earthquake was felt in southeastern Arkansas in area from Eudora to Warren to Forrest City. In neighboring Mississippi, the earthquake was felt from Greenville to Memphis.
A search of the National Center for Earthquake Engineering Research catalog for the central and eastern United States, 1627-1985, lists this earthquake as occuring about 20 miles northeast of Greenville, Mississippi at 33.550 degrees latitude and -90.840 degrees longitude at a depth of 6 kilometers and a magnitude of 4.3.
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